My girl Roxy gave birth to beautiful puppies on 2/5/22 (6 black and 3 blue). Mum is black with brindle and Dad is solid Blue as seen in photos. Both parents come from loving family homes and been brought up around kids who they get on great with. Dad is ICCF registered and his long champion bloodline family tree can be seen in the photos. £500 deposit will secure a pup and they will be ready to leave in 8 weeks. Serious interest and loving homes only. Please don't be offended if I ask any questions about your experience with dogs as I only have the puppies best interests at heart. All pups will come with a puppy pack to start you off and be fully health checked, microchipped, wormed/flead and first vaccination. Ready to leave 27/6/22
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